5 bedroom house for sale with 4,225m2 of land, Rustrel, Vaucluse , Cote d'Azur French Riviera
736,000 EUR 640,320 GBP 831,680 USD
A rare and unique Provencal property with 5 bedrooms in the desirable area of the Luberon, in the heart of the 'Provencal Colourado', bordering the Mediterranean Forest with over an acre of land.
The site is classified as a zone of major interest for fauna and flora and as such building is not permitted. It features landscapes with particular interest with regards to geology, and historical human activity.
Ground floor: living/ dining room of 70 m2 with large open fireplace, charming bedroom with bathroom and terrace; terrace "carpet" sanded concrete and Menerbes stone
Upper floor: large bedroom, office, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 wc, east and south facing terraces overlooking the living room and office; floor of Menerbes stone.
The pool area is surrounded by a large terrace ; an arbour, greenhouse, al with a southerly aspect.
The property is just 2 kms, the charming village of Rustrel with all its amenities, 7 kms from Apt with its well known market, hiking trails and 59km from Avignon with TGV. 85km from Marseille and its airport.
The character stone house was built in 1840, registered with the ISMH (classification of historic buildings) in 1989. It belonged to a foundry which, until 1890, produced cast iron and steel from the nearby hill of Notre-Dame des Anges. It was restored from 1990 to 1994 and it offers about 210 m2 of living space, on a plot of about 4,225 m2, including about 700 m2 of enclosed garden.
Central heating (underfloor heating on the ground floor, radiators on the first floor, regulation / optimised by external sensor and indoor thermostat).
Sanitary hot water by electric cumulus (total reserve of 400 l), controlled by individual thermostatic valves .
Broadband Internet (ADSL).
the registration to the Supplementary Inventory of Historic Monuments (ISMH) opens a very favourable tax regime (tax exemption of works related to structures and coverages, conditional exemption of transfer duties for free), without generating constraints affecting so-called "classified" buildings (which have been fully classified).